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Muara Brunei Cruise Port
Name of closest airport to port/terminal: Brunei International Airport
Distance/drive time to airport: 16km
Transport to Airport: Taxi, bus
Distance/drive time from port/terminal to town center: 28km
Can passengers walk to town center: No
Availability of Taxis at Pier: No
Availability of Public Transport at Pier: No
Distance from Ship to Tour Buses: 5 m
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Monthly Climate Averages for Muara Brunei Malaysia
Tours Excursions Transportation:
SIGHTSEEING OPPORTUNITIES (SHORT TRIP/HALF DAY)
- Bandar Seri Begawan city tour: Visit the two main mosques, the
Royal Regalia Building, the Brunei and Malay Technology museums,
and the Sultan's Palace (1/2 day tour).
- Tour of Kampong Ayer (the water village): Explore by boat and
on foot the villages linked together by wooden planks, and have
tea and cakes in a local family's home (1/2 day tour).
- Nature tour: To view proboscis monkeys in their natural habitat
a short distance from Bandar, and to spot flocks of white egrets
returning to roost at dusk (1/2 day tour).
- Tour to the Jerudong area: Visit The Empire Hotel and Country
Club, Jerudong Polo Club and sample some of the rides at the Jerudong
amusement park (1/2 day tour).
- Nature tour to Selirong Island: Explore a preserved mangrove
forest (1/2 day tour).
Shopping and Food:
The local currency is Brunei dollars and cents. Brunei currency
is on par with the Singapore dollar.
The official language is Bahasa Melayu. Other languages spoken here
include English and Chinese.
Broadband Internet is available in most hotels, cafes which offer free WiFi for customers,
and some restaurants and cafes. Both cable broadband and wireless
broadband (available in hot spots areas such as Starbucks and McDonald's)
Opening Hours and Holidays:
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